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Lab-Grown Diamonds are Considered "Real Diamonds."

Lab-grown diamonds are authentic diamonds created in a controlled lab environment, replicating the conditions under which natural diamonds form. They share the same appearance, characteristics, and chemical composition as mined diamonds, with the main distinction being their origin.

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How are Lab-Grown Diamonds Created?

Artisans have been crafting diamonds in scientific laboratories since the 1950s, continuously improving the production process to create diamonds as flawless as their mined counterparts. Over the years, this evolution in technology and expertise has brought about a remarkable transformation in the diamond industry. By around 2010, with the advent of today's state-of-the-art technology, Lab-Grown Diamonds have not only achieved exceptional purity and quality but have also become more accessible to consumers worldwide. These diamonds can be created through two primary methods, Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) and High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT), each with its unique advantages and applications in the world of jewelry and technology.

1. High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) 

These methods simulate the natural diamond formation process, necessitating conditions of high pressure and extremely high temperatures akin to the Earth's crust. This environment encourages the carbon atoms to crystallize, resulting in the creation of high-quality diamonds.

2. Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD)

Small diamonds undergo a chemical process using Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) technology, wherein carbon compound vapors and hydrogen gas serve as precursors for synthesis. This process enables the bonding of various chemicals onto the initial diamond, leading to the growth of larger diamonds. As a result, the distinctions between natural diamonds and those created using this method are primarily confined to their crystal structure, detectable only through specialized inspection tools.

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